La Gazzetta Italiana

Mona Lisa - A Global Icon

February 2017
Il dipinto ad olio di Lisa Gerardini, meglio conosciuta come la famosa Gioconda o Mona Lisa, si ritiene sia stato dipinto tra il 1503  e ’06 da Leonardo da Vinci. Un mercante di seta fiorentino, Francesco del Giocondo, commissionò...


Little Italy's Billy Donato Comes to Hard Rock Rocksino

February 2017
In remembrance and celebration of family history, early beginnings, love, dedication, and gratitude to Cleveland’s Historic Little Italy, Billy Donato pays tribute to family and friends in Friday and Saturday night performances, February...


"Sigaro - Per Favore!" (Cigar - Yes!)

February 2017
This month marks the 20th anniversary of the Mayfield Smoke Shop at 12307 Mayfield Rd. in Cleveland’s historic Little Italy. Owner and Founder Nicole Laurienzo was born within walking distance on Murray Hill. Her full-time love affair with...


D'Agostino & Little Italy's Roman Gardens

February 2017
In more recent times, it’s the Trattoria Roman Gardens at 12207 Mayfield Rd. in Little Italy. But, during yesteryears, it was simply Roman Gardens and the food and fame were co-owned and served by the D’Agostino family: Domenic and his...


You got a problem...

February 2017
YOU GOT A PROBLEM, il nuovo cortometraggio di Charles Mandracchia, attore di Broadway ed ora anche regista, ha recentemente vinto il primo premio come miglior cortometraggio d’animazione al Festival del Cinema del Mediterraneo. La storia...


February 2017 events

February 2017
VENICE becomes a city of masks and mystery every February during Carnevale. Carnivals are everywhere and seem to be endless: the Adriatic Festival (Fano), Tempio Pausania (Sassari), Forli and the Feast of the Madonna of Fire, Ronciglione (Viterbo),...


Italian Literature

February 2017
Goodreads.com lists 10 of the most popular books of Italian literature ever written. The Name of the Rose, Umberto Eco Invisible Cities, Italo Calvino The Prince, Niccolo Machiavelli Inferno, Dante Alighieri My Brilliant Friend, Elena...


Luigi Pirandello (1867-1936)

February 2017
Drammaturgo, scrittore e poeta italiano vincitore del Premio Nobel per la letteratura nel 1934, Luigi Pirandello ha saputo registrare, durante l’arco di una lunga carriera letteraria i passaggi fondamentali della storia e della società...


An Italian court ruled against a petition calling for a referendum to repeal the Jobs Act

February 2017
An Italian court ruled against a trade union-sponsored petition calling for a referendum to repeal the Jobs Act. The legislation, championed by former premier Matteo Renzi, made it easier for companies to hire and fire employees. In certain cases,...


A brother and sister have been arrested for hacking the accounts of Matteo Renzi

February 2017
A brother and sister, residents of London, England, have been arrested for allegedly hacking the accounts of former prime minister Matteo Renzi, other Italian politicians and the Bank of Italy. Giulio Occhionero and Francesca M. Occhionero were...


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